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la of the ic-I his t j or I i this is j ! I av I ' I i ba Is is to the ta n ed l. I cr r- as tit as i. af ui is .. r ot ta aroaei jusiaese at the dai taaporenot fee tad at etai-ioeT retiaa (teraiieM. Prom taa New York Mar all Aaf. Ij We have three days later cewo from Europe by be arrival fster.lay ot tfte America at ibis Bert Tbe ioteSHga ce is important in a den enao, aa it reiataa tt the two grea qoaatioi'S wi ..li n"w abturH the attention ef the wor1, attd arhiea are uka'y to afi-ct cacn 'her vry materiaiiv in toe next few months of European (iiBtomacy. Th-3 details af car victories at Gettysburg, and the news of fas eight ef Lee and tke cap-tore cap-tore of Vicksbarg, kad reached Eaglend, and caused great excitement there. Taa London journals, who take tbe iaterett ef tbe re'-e:s to much fa heart, wera endeavoring ta threw cold water span oar sncceasea, and prenMoce tke rictery atGeirysburg matter of no importance. Tbey aay that the cattare t,f T -ksborg tto.tly a gleam acToas oar dark keria m: but the money market of Ladon gives tbe lie ta these .s -r turns in tbe most glaring saaasar. Dnite.1 States stoczs want np sevea per coat., aad tea re-oel loan wei.t down fool aad a half per cent T- trket ta tke una cite Loadon i ;;! tn -such as the Tiatst, Pa abhc wi'k d it the rtrntiooed-fall rtrntiooed-fall of Po te of tn pahlic injeiit betrayed s, and a greater 1 laa, ' enid a boot in- ry a tu 1 graater nse et rar d-rease ra tbe value ot the Th tra app-ars to be very ' t: 1' in tke fc ef tdviesa rim - Ui ited States AJTsirs en the contieeat af Europe Europe -so ta threw n eload arar any mtar-? mtar-? reoce in ear afitair i tire preaeut. Aetria, K-arec sad E-jlasd reem diepei.d te make a ea.us t"'t nut af the) Pa iek qaeaiion, and tbey wth find thta maitnr tr-ubl.t tuoi.gri wit'-e'-i: b '.--ru5g wiih a-i Tee Zatung. ef Vienna, tke atc-a. organ of Haps t org, aonauijcot that Austria Austria ia not plaited with the reply af Bnisia ta th notes ef the three Cabinet. The Caasrtfa- ftoaaef, of Pans, the rmi- "acial 'gan of Napo- j ieon, aster's that Franca, Eorlaad and Austria ; are examining ihe rrp'i-'s of Oort-chakofT, ana ! that if 1 ot satisfied w'tb tb"m tby will agree j Brpra a joitt scitlameat of tbe P i.tsi qsm't i Tk'i is. of eoorse, a threat made ta terrify Bus-1 eia ; but 11 that power is deciied at all ntise. ti pursne bar pros 11 1 policy toward Poland, threats ) will ".van bat littie with bar Tae attune a-d a-d by the Czar's Government as r-gerda the i s nn j Polish quee'ien it one which wouid go to show i that, even at Tuo risk oi a war with the three 1 . . ereat onsets. Hutsia Wl.l act as alie n ees- 111 taa taitut Prnnria Th rupr- ee that termidaale and tnm L-e ana whisk atns tbe prsceut as pec rope. q' tra se::l-mei.t r we d m it a os.'ir of tbe grea rfca - nhould be creparod fv," aa We ntost tke tke advent sj us which arie io Europe to 1 ; a ot iho wtio, we know, benr Br Vfhiiie .not rias km the Angaata fona-;:ut"--n;'st I What i-1- ha th Soat re.ar.y of t tha -Vices ,ejts tr Ham. en this err X rtt Aaerict? Are thv to ba dn to nunkiud at iargef Tbe answer U this, the gree' question ef the ritieWe'ieh century, is yet andiscoversble iu the dim. uncertain womb of futurity but eveny seem to i click's, that ita ea- ta'ion may not o far atslant. w bataver uncertainty uncertainty ihnra may be as to other peinta involved involved in tho quant! cn, there can be nothing more certain than this, that tbe trae, real, best friend of tbe blacks in Aaaorca. in tba slave holding master race io tan Con federate Btatet-, aud that, so far as human wisdom eaa now make oat tha best position for the black, considered considered as to himself and all ethers, is that of abso'ute bocdsge, U moored by such statutes, usages sad cat toaa as prevail ia tkeoe States Tbe condition af tke aiack, ia the Xerthcrn States, is new, tad has been, far half a eeutary, a moat ignominious and reveitiag oae, detotari-eus detotari-eus to bimeelf in tbe last d.-gree, aad withoal any advantage to the super: ir race, af which he is there, by enactment only, a'moat the legal equal. At the North tbe negro is a despised outcast, except among a vary tow lunatics, wha ought to be in a ruadbon, or, batter still, at the bottom of tke sea. He has to ooa Bond, a poor, igtnr ant, hait-deve loped e mature, against the prejadiee of color, against the clinging taint f au 'dd ton Jga, and against tba rivairy of bmte Ubnr seeking empitryaaent ia a eotnpara-tivniy eotnpara-tivniy crowded market, vfith few oxeep'ions tbe tree negroes of the North compose a mans of -quahd, wretched, ignorant, diseased hatmast'y. ngaiost whom are raised the baads and tbe voices ot nearly the whole wbits papulation. A tew, by taper h. r capacity arid apntude. are thrifty and woll ta d . bat tha stats are irreate-j irreate-j inbly brsatted and bratish ; and, aa a consequence, consequence, tbey are taat r'yiitg oat. K.-cmtly. tn additujn to the old prejadiee agatatt the race, tho mass of white a boasts at the Nrrtn have t'oucaivnd tbe most bittsr animosity ta tha negroes, negroes, growing ont af the eouaideraticn thst tosy, the whites, are forced in an anaktaral and destructive war to free million" nf other lo"hi. who may, in each event, become their .-q.it f before tbe law, and they competitors in the labor market ot the eontineat. The poor, but nominally, free whits man af tba North, entertains entertains an undying kostiiity to the negro, aad nothing has bean more plainly demonstrated in the recent revolt in New York than this boatiHty. If left to tha fury of thou own instinct!, pas-ions pas-ions and preinJices, the poor whites of the Notth would speedily wipe out the negroes from j Uieir midst ; and, if tke. South could he snnju- i gated by arms, reading that ia freedom to our I slave, the same fata, des tract '.on, would await j ike blacks here. The wild, balf-skvaga Celt, aj 1 the stolid Teotoa, with wits more than aalt I smothered ia beer, would onita in 4 crusade against the sons et Ham, which, iet to itself, could oniy have this remit that the bhtok race would, ia Ijhs taan a geueraa ju, disappra fforr) ;3 laud. The faw thrifty anas woud oacap.. .nee exua. and tha rernaiadir would so in ueriah by famine, or by arms. 11, bewever, C Gs nt ?kn uiui ukkUi otor Bitvir'j inii'juiifCaUja Aud tba ion i its indepen-adage. indepen-adage. anda snore ording m the in- t h become imperative the re establishment n I n tkaao States. Wi sren-o to the Yank' and a pat th Th at 1 ue ten 'jmei. 31 tvngi is againet slarery, and tbe snpo is. d intereat of Great Britain makes her peculiarly opposed to ;h msintaluai'ce of the system ia the Confederate Confederate frames. She imagines that if eiavesy wore destroyed bare India would be Uw cotton col -ny of tke world, aad England ir Id a monopoly ofcotton mannfacfaros and of enmmerre. and be In fact.artd unmistakably .the m:.re of tbe aeaa. We a .eve English views of National interest arid suporiority, ia this regard, are fallacioos, bet, at any rate, no other European power ia in- terHed io seeing her become a mooopoitet of 1 culture aod craUoa lafactaoe. I "err interest ia to -laveholdirg. troi-pro-laciri of alaverv is 1 have or -.' i the Ciusaderary remain a 11 ev- sua, a prosperous cot-ry. cot-ry. And if the mere idea fui to tbaat, it it posaible, BBBaatole. that, aa a hast re-1 re-1 Statas might yield to their rg could to kept, ttudor a thesH thtngt ail mankind at the Condnt pU 1 re-union with tae Yankees, e bo booarht at tbe cost of slavt and S O! lac-r Bat C'inaeit. to ta-y ni.;:i ! a BjediP-etioa of the syteot to a aort of peon-i peon-i age; bat Earopeaos, except England have ni . interest in a greeur chattge, not can we pottialj ejiissnt to a geeater From ta Ricarao d ... 1. 1 There is much in tbe sit t ati on of the enemy to i nap ire aad encourage us If we have oar troubles, Lntcola it by no meaaa exempt Indeed, Indeed, tbe present at pact oi affairs might well fill him with gloomy forebodings, if the eeject which be is feekt'eg to obtain weta ooa which it His arnaioe. which were already much too tmali fur purposes of eaoquast, have lately bean le'gely reduced The farce which waa relied up n to take rtichmeed, after being twice scourged, with terrible lota, at Fredericksburg, was then coerced out of tbe State, and it fought it next battle aa tbe toil of Pennsylvania. Trae, era army was afterward withdrawn ; bat Mioade followed only as we gave him the road He bat rot dared to attack. He waa off-red battle at Hagerstown, and he declined it. This dsy h sleeps in hit camps, no farther advanced than MeCellsu waa a year ago at the tiaae he received crista 10 report 10 hit wife at Newark Btseerara, ia Hit manner, ia held at bay in T oaest-'B, at-d Grant hat ran hie rae in Miss s-.. s-.. pi with notoing gained but tbe river store. Luicom is u w lying npea kit oats, and call- t at ;r..) Ha aouds a great mauy tboo-isn tboo-isn to rapan the wastes ot battle H needs art, r t:.oueudi, eoides, u take tbe place 1 f ops wni t trots of aaroire are expiring reari r a n.ortitade sanScisjit to ;orm a . arrtry sf :; es'ahttsh fain armies in ; toe wrte at And of tnoee rrawn u : e -t; T" lutes bore, are farts aa beve aft, even if ft forataiititta of .tt!a. Ii.den.1. s. snd run away, may judge from us. Lneoln's pre sach rea.:hed proctevi everyw' execution, wi 1 produce him van-y it tbe levy wat en ma" and ail the ableb-tdied man eallsd aut. the Vai kaa snrgaoas Lsiag judges, tbe number wn ild be Banal. Take, far example, tba fcu'th Boat B district, where, cf I '35 persocs examined. 937 were exempted. 10 sff red substitutes, and only ten were declared fit for duty An inspection of the statistics trill eesfirm ths fact developed hy tbe operation of tbe 00a-si-riptien. The population ef Mr Ltneota's dominions, dominions, the territories excepted, la rather under twenty minions We have not before as a Classification of mere figures as to age aud sex; bat it sen be ap-p ap-p oximated Half are to ba dejected for fe males. Let as sappose tbe maps under le and a boy 45. to mats op two-thirds ot tho remainder. remainder. This woa.d leave of mates, between tbe prescribed ages, a little over three sail lions. Tbis is, indeed, what tba New York HmmU claimed. Of these thus millions, who could number toe multitude of exempts T Exeafp'.s because of bodily lnnrraxty . exempts et non-citiaeashtp. Who can tail bow will ran away te-avnid tbe war; hew many will evade it ia a tuudr.d differattt ways ; bow many will pay the paltry piice oi exemption f W should not think it wonderful if the three mil I tons were to dwindle to cae-hal under tba Operation ar these variant circumstances. oat Lincoln has already called oat under bis variant ore 'amat ous, thirteea hatidrad thousand thousand man Haw many has ho behind that be can count unonr 1 be most warlixe are already i,i the fuels, and even tney weary, and have deserted in ive.'y large nuiuber Che fb'rteen hundted melted away b ire tha rifles af ths the various wastasrss af wi probably an under there are not tour hundred th arms this day. Nearly a million of who eal swd are ksrs tie emmbtU. Ws do not believe that Lincoln will ba to add 300,000 fresh effectives ta hi army. Ha has already drawn toe near to taa fuavt of bis resources, as to fighting men. A state of feoliag exists among his peeole whieh will great y interfere interfere with tba operation of his draft. He can not, by a great deal, draw eat has full, affective strength. What measure of success be may ba bie to achieve will itself require barge details trom his army. Il will require many af his good sol-iters to on roe aad to guard ths refuc tacts Iu short, we think tbe tacts warrant taa belief that Lincoln ks dsaa ids worst, tad that ha tutors efforts must be washes thaa his paat it is oily to say that his resources are aa- j touched. So far as sohirtn oh oat are con cerned, that ie true; but, with respect ta mea, ha ht not oaly aomi cod ka boat, bat nearly dried ap tbv-suppiy. There are some Qguree, in tbe NtunuU Almanac, Almanac, far 1(933. which throw further tignt oa the mattsr ot ear inquiry, and present it in a stit, ao, e favorab Io vie w. Tbe ttat laoes from Rhode Liaiid. Cunnocticnt, New Ytrk and Mmaatvla, bow "a mil-na f tee" ot 094,774, hp a papulation papulation tl Ooitetviog lb same ratio da ' J7 I io I ' o f aji : ii h" nr'irta torco 01 lbs Jnacala States wouid Z.530 403. iasteod of three mttiic'ui, as some i in oar estimate above. Take oat ef rammer ii tfcirle. .-i huadred thoosecd who b tne. h to V-s s-rvic, and there ie left hoiii ' t !'.;! teal vaiuaoa or nraitab'e. Oar nam and oa koi toaa uiaixty, will lotui a in oat id I Briti the Toy of fer-titod only oi'tet aw qoell are la at by thaa ei'r tint Ibaaat t ar year year wao post, front th long p. 1.1-1 af their each n -tn J re ad foHsw-ing sf j tag 1 I it is I ma! who I ranU f. .'iwfi t'Vri sasala vitrt rrarl -rei the

Clipped from Memphis Daily Appeal17 Aug 1863, MonPage 1

Memphis Daily Appeal (Memphis, Tennessee)17 Aug 1863, MonPage 1
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